move in


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  • verb

Synonyms for move in

occupy a place

move into a new house or office

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It seemed we had no choice but to call the young couple and tell them they would have to wait another day to move in.
The national data can come from NIC research on move in rates, and the American Seniors Housing Association has excellent data in its "State of Seniors Housing" annual study on unit turnover.
By correctly identifying the health conditions of prospects prior to move in, prices can be properly matched to required service levels.
I also ran into a 21-year-old man and his partner who stated that they had given her a $450 deposit to move in and when they got there she told them to get off her property.
The plan allows purchasers to move in after paying a pounds 100 deposit, but without paying the normal five per cent deposit or l egal and survey fees.